Scanline VFX is pleased to announce the addition of Visual Effects Supervisor Sue Rowe to its global supervision team.
Within the last year, Scanline has expanded to seven locations globally, with the addition of new studios in Seoul and London. Scanline VFX President Stephan Trojansky said the addition of Sue Rowe will be invaluable to the continued growth of the Scanline team. “Sue’s decades of experience, industry knowledge and artistic talent will strengthen Scanline’s team globally as we continue to build upon our creature and simulation work.”
Sue has more than 20 years of experience in the visual effects industry. Her credits include both studio and facility side Visual Effects Supervisor roles on projects including The Meg, The Maze Runner, The Golden Compass and John Carter, for which she was nominated for an Annie Award for Outstanding Achievement for Animated Effects in a Live Action Production. With experience spanning film and television, Sue was also nominated for a Primetime Emmy for Special Visual Effects for her work on the television movie Into the Storm. Most recently, Sue was Visual Effects Supervisor for Season 3 of Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Sue is an active member of the visual effects community and is currently Co-Chair of the Vancouver Section of the Visual Effects Society (VES). Sue is also an advocate for diversity and inclusion and has spoken at many global events, most recently for The New Zealand Film Commission. Sue was invited to join The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2018, and has been a member of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts since 2007.
Scanline’s most recent projects include Terminator: Dark Fate, Joker, Spider-Man: Far From Home, the Emmy-winning final season of Game of Thrones and Roland Emmerich’s Midway.
Upcoming projects include Godzilla vs. Kong, Free Guy, Black Widow, Eternals, The Batman and The Rescue.